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My opinion on what sectors of the economy would re-open
A Short History of Market Crashes
Springheel Jack walks us through the carnage.
Political manipulations in the economy – – a pretty epic post.
Rage Against the Wrong Machine
One of my favorite posts of the entire year. Riots, mayhem, and the Fed
I never thought I’d do a post about Paul Williams, but here it is
We Can’t Go Back
Why things will never be the same after Covid-19
A deep dive into the Varsity Blues scandal.
The game of Monopoly as an allegory for the Federal Reserve
Remembrances of Things Past
I get a first-hand taste of just how different it is in a post-Covid world
Why free enterprise is now dead in the once-great United States